Julian Frattini: “Towards a good-enough Requirements Engineering”
Uppladdad av Anna Eriksson on september 23, 2020
Insufficient Requirements Engineering (RE) is said to negatively impact subsequent development activities. This is often corroborated by observations in practice where companies only invest little to no effort in, or effort in the wrong aspects of RE, yielding quality deficiencies in the process and the final product. At the same time, RE is a means to an end rather than being a means in itself. Effort spent on RE needs to be well justified which calls for a method for estimating compromises and flaws in RE, as well as their impact on the project. In this talk, I will present current approaches for evidence-based risk management in RE and outline the vision of how the notion of “good-enough RE” might be used for detecting and managing debt accrued in the RE phase, in turn providing evidence for estimating risk in RE.